This Father's Day weekend, June 17-19, those looking for things to do may be in luck. There are a plethora of events taking place in Muncie, Indiana, and the surrounding Delaware County areas.
A music showcase showing off the talents of five faculty members will take place tomorrow night in Sursa Hall.
The 1920s in the United States was filled mobsters, newsies, swing dancing and speakeasies. It was this iconic time that inspired Justin Nottke to create Olde Wrestling events.
McCorkindale was the 38th Vernon C. Schranz distinguished lecturer.
Austin's work addressing social concerns fits with the series' theme this semester, which is poetry and social justice.
With an exotic animal show, henna tattoos, ice sculpting and musical performances, The Amazing Taste draws in more than 2,000 visitors each year and features an array of international cultural displays, performances and foods.
The show itself will not feature any dialogue at all — it's all singing and dancing. The music performances are a huge part of "Swing!" and are reflected both in the show and in the set.
The performance gives students a chance to experiment with choreography before their capstone project.
The best of all fall foods came together at a Sunday morning brunch for Minnetrista's annual Flavors of Fall event. Four chefs from the American Culinary Association each prepared their own special autumn treat, informing the audience about preparation techniques and helpful cooking tips.
A stream running through a thick forest churns quietly. Small waves hit large rocks and burst into a mist. It's a sunny day and the water is clear, revealing all the trout hunting for food. Then, something catches one fish's attention – an insect on the surface – and it moves toward it. The bug dances back and forth on the water, and in a swift motion the trout darts up for the kill.
Last night, a group of students marched down McKinley Avenue with lit candles in memory of Matthew Shepard and hoped that it will have an effect on how the world views the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexual community. The members of Spectrum led the march, after the play "The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later," from Pruis Hall to the University Green where they held the Matthew Shepard Vigil.